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|Professor Biological and Health Systems Engineering,Deaprtment of Bio-Engineering, Gait Laboratory, Arizona State University|
Dr. Lockhart is a Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Biological Design in the School of Biological Health and Systems Engineering at Arizona State University. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Barrow Neurological Institute and, a guest Professor at Ghent University in Belgium. Previously (2000-2014), Dr. Lockhart was a Professor at Virginia Tech, Industrial and Systems Engineering Department and, Virginia Tech/Wake Forest School of Biomedical Engineering and Science. Dr. Lockhart is a Board Certified Professional Ergonomist (CPE #1138) and, the Director of the Locomotion Research Laboratory at ASU.
Professor Lockhart’s research and publications concern the identification of injury mechanisms and quantification of sensorimotor deficits and movement disorders associated with aging and neurological disorders on fall accidents. His academic grounding in biomechanical modeling, nonlinear dynamics, human postural control, gait mechanics, and wearable biosensor design underscore a fundamental capacity to provide unique clinical solutions to injury preventions utilizing both engineering and biomedical principles. As a result of above initiatives, Dr. Lockhart has published over 100 manuscripts in refereed publications. Professor Lockhart is currently an Associate Editor of the Annals of Biomedical Engineering (Springer) and Editorial Board of the Ergonomics (Taylor & Francis), Sensors , and Board of Consulting Editors of the Journal of Biomechanics (Elsevier).
Fall risk prediction and assessments
Movement Disorders (e.g., Parkinson’s disease, Stroke, Ataxia)
Gait and Posture, Locomotion and Postural Control, and Nonlinear Dynamics
Wireless wearable sensors for continuous, non-invasive gait monitoring to accurately detect and study fall events and predict future falls in the elderly population
Interventions (nutrition/exercise) to reduce falls in older adults
Occupational fall prevention training
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